adrian belew's blog
I'm not an art critic, but that's starting to look pretty cool IMO...I really like the area around the pickup.
I second what niko says. At first I didn't know what to think about it.But the more I look at it.The more I like it.
Looks great. I am curious of what kind of paint you use, as obviously it must dry very quickly. If this winds up on a, oh I don't know, say an internet auction site....it will be mine!BTW, my first post after reading all the others for weeks. I was too lazy to sign up for account. Thanks for all the things you share with everyone.
ooooh....drgonzo i reckon you'll have some competition!
nice review of the new King Crimson...http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/article.php?id=25965
That's some good use of masking tape and spray paint, dude. It's a shame that they ain't in my price range when you come to sell them. (Can't you get those licensed?) Oh well, if the music career doesn't take off, you can always make your name as a custom guitar sprayer! ;-)But there's something very therapeutic about spraying guitars. I once bought one of those kit guitars that you build yourself and I decided to spray the body black. However, it takes weeks of preparation, of primer and layers of blay gloss spray paint and waiting for it to dry. The best bit was applying the gloss varnish and using a very fine abrasive paste to work out the rough edges and put a shine on it. That process of spraying and polishing became quite hypnotic.But I digress, that's a nice paint job, Mr B.